I've long been a fan of 70's and 80's Italian "Giallo" films. Filmmakers like Maria Bava, Dario Argento, and Lucio Fulci made these films where the killer was always portrayed as just a leather gloved, trench coated man whose identity stayed a secret until the final moments of the film. Usually we were shown the killers Point of View as he murdered his victims! Movies like the beautifully shot "Opera" and "Tenebre" truly fit the mold of "Giallo" where artistic flair and cool shots trump story. In fact the victims practically offered themselves up to the killer and barely fought back. The dialogue was always dubbed in and often made no sense but I still loved the movies. So for our next film project we decided on to do a homage to 80's Giallo films. We found a great location, Playland Bonkers!...

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